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Reduce stress at these 5 soothing Phoenix spots

When life gets stressful - as it often does - calm and relaxation quickly go out the window. You need to reduce stress to get them back. Whether your stress comes from work, family, school,...
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Would you pay $6.5 million for this Phoenix home? We would!

If a 16,000-acre “backyard” doesn’t turn you on, how does a two-story library with a retractable roof sound? You can have both – and a lot more – if you’ve got about $6.48 million to...
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7 venues for the perfect Phoenix wedding

Just as in real estate, location plays a big role in wedding plans, and especially in a Phoenix wedding. You need somewhere that fits your style and looks good in your wedding photos. It...
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5 hassles every Phoenix car owner experiences – and the solutions

There are many, many things we love about living in Arizona, and especially Phoenix. However, car ownership isn't always one of them thanks to several unavoidable hassles. Despite the Valley Metro bus system and the...
bulk trash for collection at roadside

Spring Cleaning: How to easily dispose of furniture, appliances and other bulk trash

You finally decided to bid a fond farewell to that ratty old couch, recliner, mattress, appliance or other bulk trash household item. However, it clearly won't fit in your standard garbage can and you probably don't want...
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Switch up the scene: 5 unique Phoenix bars

The Valley crushes it when it comes to quirky spots you won’t find anywhere else, especially those of the wining and dining variety. If you’re looking for a new place to call home for...
Dobbins Lookout at South Mountain

5 climbs for hardcore hikers

You conquered all the Valley's easy and intermediate hikes and now want a challenge that really puts your legs and lungs to the test. You're in luck! The Valley offers several hikes that really crank...

Brewers unveil rebuilt Spring Training facility

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Maryvale Baseball Park has been rechristened American Family Fields of Phoenix after a year-long project that brings together the Major and Minor League systems. But Tyler Barnes, Milwaukee Brewers’ senior vice president, communication...
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The Climb: 5 fairly easy hikes for beginners in the Valley

Ranked as one of the best hiking cities in America by National Geographic, the Phoenix area offers plenty of sloped ground to cover. That's great for the experienced hiker, but it leaves a novice hikers...

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